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“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.” I was talking to a friend on the phone last night, and she had to cut our … more
I’d like to thank Jason Calsyn and the incredible team of instructors at Mystic Monkey Yoga for adapting and continuing to bring the community together through yoga during the … more
Your right to life is not given to you by the state (Exodus 20:13, life by definition includes livelihood, Deut. 24:6). Your right to leave (or stay in) your home is not given to you by the state. … more
You’ve seen the photos–grand cities like Paris, Rome and London deserted and desolate, not a soul anywhere. I think I even saw one of the Vatican with a tumbleweed blowing through the … more
Rachel Carson imagined a different kind of spring in the early 1960s, believing the heavy use of pesticides threatened to silence the birds. Now, almost 60 years later, an invisible agent has … more
“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious.” Albert Einstein During the past five weeks, I’ve been paying attention to all the small changes surrounding me in … more
Your picture in the Nov. 23, 2016 issue of The Leader of the Kah Tai Lagoon and newly constructed Boat Haven, taken in 1965, prompted me to write this history of its expansion. In 1965 two of us … more
This week’s grocery trip had an early stop at Safeway followed by takeout coffee at Sunrise across the street. Then two hours at Point Hudson to watch the ship traffic (one empty grain carrier … more
For as long as I can remember, Aldrich’s has been a community gathering place as well as a grocery. That is why it comes as a shock that it is closing without the chance for the community to … more
A letter to the editor was recently published in The Leader regarding the Food Co-op’s ability to serve EBT customers during this crisis. We take food access very seriously and consider it to … more
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Financial relief for people who don’t need that influx of cash presents a perfect opportunity for our community to donate to existing COVID relief funds. While many of us have our basic needs … more
In 1952, I was stationed on a U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat in Port Townsend. We were docked at the same slip the current CG boat is in today. We had a crew of 12 including a crazy but very creative … more
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